Most of Canada’s vaccine travel restrictions ended Monday following a chaotic weekend of cancellations and delays for some travellers.
It comes as the demand for travel surges ahead of the busy summer season.
“I was vaccinated specifically so that I would be free to travel so I’m happy to see it lifted,” said Jennifer Walter, a resident of Comox, B.C.
Walter and her husband recently flew to Winnipeg for work before boarding a plane to Toronto. They’ve travelled a lot over the spring and are no strangers to some of the frustration being felt by people on planes and at airports across the country.
“I do find most of the flights I have been on have been delayed which is interesting,” Walter said.
The federal government has lifted its proof of vaccination requirements for people boarding planes and trains within Canada. It’s keeping vaccine requirements for foreign nationals entering the country and quarantines and testing will still be…